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Published: 2014-09-09T12:02:08-05:00

 



Testing the Waters

2014-09-09T12:02:08-05:00

Let's see if this is working still. Then to decide how to redecorate....




2011-04-24T21:48:55-05:00

I am finally getting to my notes on my trip to Japan. Here, first, are the ones from the plane ride over. I'll add more to round out the notes after, but I like the flavor of these as they...



More time now?

2009-09-01T20:25:06-05:00

So, I finished my degree, graduated, and now am homework free for the first time in 3 years. Is anyone still here? I know many of you are on twitter now, as am I. Weird how technology evolves and essentially...



A year has gone by

2009-04-24T08:01:11-05:00

My how time flies! I pop in here today and it's been a year to the day since I posted anything, and a couple of years since I said anything worthwhile. At least...here. These days I spend my extra time...



stormy weather

2008-04-24T07:41:53-05:00

How did you all fare last night in the storms? What crazy weather we've been having lately. All things around the U.S., both natural and man-managed, seem to be going bonkers. The airlines, the fuel prices, the weather. Crazy. I...



just like a bad penny

2008-04-22T20:24:47-05:00

I came back. *looks around* It's so quiet here. Been a year, around the time of Texas Library Association just like last time. I've been doing a lot of house cleaning and clearing at home, so I'll continue that energy...



here comes the rain again

2007-04-27T07:29:07-05:00

Well, we made it through the storm alright. No one I know was hurt, and only a couple of people I know suffered any water damage. Present company included. I dropped my library book (Jim Butcher's latest, White Night) and...



greetings from sunny San Antonio

2007-04-12T23:07:34-05:00

I am in San Antonio for the Texas Library Association annual conference. Holy cats! It's huge! I am having a fantastic time, dampened only by the passing of Kurt Vonnegut, American icon. At the TLA "sock hop" tonight, the DJ...



testing

2007-03-27T06:21:47-06:00

It's been a long time, does this thing still work? :)



change of plans

2006-08-30T07:35:23-05:00

I start school TONIGHT. My academic advisor called yesterday, got me enrolled in a face-to-face class, and I start tonight. The class is four hours a week, Wenesdays from 6 to 10. It's Intro to Information Access and Retrieval. In...



when's rush week?

2006-08-26T09:05:23-05:00

I have now passed the second stage of the admission process. The School of Library Science has admitted me provisionally. I can go to school this semester as long as I get my GRE taken and the scores to them...



halfway there!

2006-08-17T19:44:46-05:00

I'm in! Well, I have been accepted by the School of Graduate Studies. Now they have forwarded my application to the Dept of Library Sciences and they decide if I get in now or later or at all. WHEEEEEEEE!!!



higher education here I come

2006-08-15T07:37:37-05:00

I turned in all my applications for grad school. I don't know if I will be accepted in time to go this fall. If not, there's the spring. I'm very excited! Now I just wait to hear back. In other...



Washington Post Style International

2006-08-04T01:42:07-05:00

Once again, The Washington Post has published the winning submissions to its yearly neologism contest, in which readers are asked to supply alternate meanings for common words. The winners are: 1. Coffee (n.), the person upon whom one coughs. 2....



Mother of Exiles

2006-07-04T09:51:02-05:00

"Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free" Famous lines, but do you know the rest of the poem that rests under the feet of one of the greatest symbols of freedom in the world?...